Somewhere between 2004 and 2005, I became the Branch Manager for a small community bank. While I don’t remember the exact year, the exact moment in time I’m going to share with you, forever plays in my mind like a … Read the rest
We’ll cut right to the chase. #1 Disengaged employees and #2 Employee Turnover
Give us four minutes of your time to explain and possibly change the face of your business and it’s bottom line!
First of all, you must know… Read the rest
How many times have you said. “If I had a dollar for everytime I had to repeat myself to my employees I’d be rich”? Probably enough times for you to have thousands of dollars if you gained a dollar every … Read the rest
We work in a fast-paced and competitive business world that begs us to be accessible. In fact, Western society frowns on being “unavailable.” In a Forbes.com article, Judy Martin aptly noted: “We’re living in an era of technology that has … Read the rest
As a former trainer for a large corporation and a participant of countless in-house leadership training workshops, I can say with certainty that 95% of the time leadership training is not effective. I attended most leadership training with one thing … Read the rest
I’ll get right to the point. You cannot manage time. Go ahead. Give it your best shot. It will never happen. It is unmanageable. Like it or not, we are all given the same 24 hours in a day. It … Read the rest
Let’s start with a challenge. You must participate exactly as instructed. Ready to start multitasking?
Here’s the challenge. Get a pen or pencil, a sheet of paper, and stopwatch. Your phone will do if it has a stopwatch feature. Do … Read the rest
By now I’m sure you’ve heard that you must set smart goals, or S-M-A-R-T goals, Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Results-Oriented, and within a Time-frame. I’m here to tell you that the old smart goals approach, while … Read the rest